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Cubans in Venezuela join the global campaign against the US blockade (+ photos)

Cubans in Venezuela join the global campaign against the US blockade (+ photos)

The aim of the meeting, which took place in the La Jaguara stadium, in the city of Caracas, was to draw attention through a sports exchange on the struggle of the Cubans against the unjust blockade for more than 60 years, with the support of the various US administrations. .

The citizens of the Caribbean island joined in this event the global campaign of Cuban immigrants and residents of the northern country Carlos Lazo with his Bridges of Love project, which this Sunday he called again in different cities around the world to join this fight with the hashtag #PuentesSiBloqueoNo.

In exclusive statements to Prensa Latina, Accreven’s President of the Metropolitan Region, Daniel Alberto Acosta, stated that the association is a project that emerged from the idea of ​​the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, to work in the nation’s union and emigration.

He stressed that the original idea is kept alive through sporting events like today, with the aim of working against the same obstacles faced by the Cuban people, who were subjected to this bloody and illegal blockade that has remained unchanged for more than six decades.

Responding to a question about the Sixth Regional Meeting of Cuban Residents in Latin America and the Caribbean, scheduled for June 16-18 in the state of La Guaira, Venezuela, Acosta indicated that one of the central topics of discussion that he will deal with is precisely the condemnation of that policy. legal.

He revealed that delegates from Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and the Dominican Republic have already been confirmed and other nationals are expected to stay in the region.

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Also in the capital, the responsible for social networks of the Association of Cuban Men and Women Residing in Venezuela, Indira Daria, commented that the sports meeting held on Sunday is another step on the path to strengthening unity between the nation and its people. immigrants.

For Luis Lima, founder of Accreven, they joined the Puentes de Amor project like many other activists around the world, in a context where all good Cuban immigrants come together with the assumption that the most important mission is to “make our lives happy”, in which they have an important stake .